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international economic organizations


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international economic organizations

Economic Organizations and Groups, International

International Economic Organizations (IMF and World Bank)

Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, International Energy Agency (IEA)

International Economic Organization: Banking, Finance, and Trade in Europe Between the Wars

International Economic Organizations in the International Legal Process. By Sergei A. Voitovich. Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff, 1995. xviii + 199 pp. £62

1952, ECOSOC, Council Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations, Draft International Covenant on Human Rights and Measures of Implementation, Report to the Economic and Social Council on the Eighth Session of the Commission, E/2256; E/CN.4/669 (14 April 1952–14 June 1952)

1952, Commission on Human Rights, Eighth Session, Provisional Agenda Item 4: Draft International Covenants on Human Rights and Measures of Implementation, Observations Submitted by Specialized Agencies on the Proposed Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Pursuance of UNGA Resolution 543 (VI), Letter Dated 8 April 1952 from the Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization to the Secretary-General, E/CN.4/655/Add.4 (17 April 1952)

1952, Commission on Human Rights, Eighth Session, Provisional Agenda Item 4: Draft International Covenants on Human Rights and Measures of Implementation, Observations Submitted by Specialized Agencies on the Proposed Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Pursuance of UNGA Resolution 543 (VI), Letter Dated 22 February 1952 from the Acting Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations to the Officer in Charge of the Department of Social Affairs, E/CN.4/655/Add.3 (1 April 1952)

 

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